I dont know the student body, we havent introduced ourselves. At the beginning of schooling, I introduced myself to the teacher, but I was the only one. I dont know who anyone is, nor what they do in their everyday life. I only assume that there are working professionals online with me in class, per how they answer the questions.
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Definately worth the money I am paying. I wish it came with on-the job experience... that way I could apply what I am learning, but it is definately needed in the medical field
I work part time, and my daughter is going through testing to see if she is autistic... I am doing my school work, as much as I can, but I test horrible. I know the answers, but I answer incorrectly online
You go to school for a specific program so you know exactly what your classes are going to be before you start. There is no substituting the curriculum but you wouldn't want to.
The campus is fine for the type of school it is. This is a small, career college, not a four year university. They have a small library with computers for students to use, as well as a student lounge with microwaves & fridge. There's a nice little courtyard to hangout in during breaks, it's comfortable for the few hours you're there before you go home.
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